How You May Avoid a Tax Audit
Last week’s video dealt with some of the things that may trigger a tax audit of your return. Of course, there’s no hard-and-fast rule about why anyone’s return might be looked at more carefully by the IRS than others, but we do know that certain actions, or incorrect accounting, can lead to an eventual audit.
It’s always best to avoid those situations. In this week’s edition of Lucia Capital Group Weekly, “Professor” Rick Plum, CFP®, gives you some tips on how to keep the IRS out of your hair in the first place.
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